Hotel guests do not have to pay for the thermal so they often make up the bulk of those using the facilities.


The Gellért Thermal Bath and Hotel is known world-wide and highly favored by Hungarians returning to Budapest. The hotel does not own the baths. The baths are owned and operated by the City of Budapest, though there is a cooperative agreement with the hotel.


The hotel built in a secession style opened its gates in 1918. The thermal was expanded in 1927 by the wave-bath and in 1934 by the effervescent bath. This is by far, the most expensive thermal in the city. Entrance is 3,800 Ft for a cabin and 3,500 for a locker. Weekends are 100 Huf more. The indoor thermal pools are separate for men and women. The swimming pools are men and women mixed.

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